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Alternative 1 – Presidio Trust Management Plan (PTMP) Update
The PTMP Update Alternative is the “No-Action  The Observation Post (Building 211) is reused
Alternative” that was evaluated in the Doyle Drive for office space.
EIR/S and anticipated in the 2002 PTMP and 2010
Main Post Update to the PTMP.
Building 201 is moved to its permanent
location on the west side of Halleck Street and
The PTMP Update Alternative is an open, rehabilitated by the Presidio Parkway (Doyle
largely undifferentiated landscape that is Drive) project. 210 is rehabilitated as the
planted primarily with native vegetation. The new Presidio Visitor Center under a separate
site accommodates individuals and small Trust action. 215 remains the Transit Center.
groups.
Key elements: Paths, expanse of native
Paths provide pedestrian north/south and plantings, 35,270 square feet of building
east/west access.
space, and 124 parking spaces.
The Crissy Field Center (Building 603) remains
unchanged and the surrounding landscape is
largely native plants.
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Mason St
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Basement)
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interpretive feature
loading
orientation/information
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trees
furnishing
existing buildings
new buildings
lawns
gardens & meadows
bluff slope
predominately native plantings
dunes/learning landscape
paths
terraces & gathering areas
parking area
secure area at youth campus
site boundary
220
Main Parade
Ground
104
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Alternative 2 – Presidio Parkway
The Presidio Parkway Alternative responds to
the Doyle Drive Historic Property Treatment
Plan for the Built Environment and is consistent
with the Doyle Drive Architectural Criteria
Report.
The Observation Post (Building 211) is retained
for public uses.
Building 201 is moved to its permanent
location on the west side of Halleck Street and
rehabilitated by the Presidio Parkway (Doyle
The Presidio Parkway is an open and diverse Drive) project. 210 is rehabilitated as the
landscape with differentiated areas that new Presidio Visitor Center under a separate
accommodate individuals, families,
and Trust action. 215 remains the Transit Center.
groups of different sizes. The focal point of
the Presidio Parkway Alternative is a large, The Crissy Field Center (Building 603) is
wide promontory that accommodates larger retained for youth programming and the
groups for special events as well as informal adjacent landscape is largely native plants.
gatherings. There is a range of opportunities
for interpretation and learning.
Key elements: Gardens, lawns, and native
plantings;
visitor-serving
plaza,
central
A variety of paths provide east/west and north/ promontory with group fire pit, and areas to
south access as well as different ways to traverse gather and sit; areas for programming; 35,270
and scale the bluff.
square feet of building spaces; and 87 parking
spaces.
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Mason St
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orientation/information
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trees
furnishing
existing buildings
new buildings
lawns
gardens & meadows
bluff slope
predominately native plantings
dunes/learning landscape
paths
terraces & gathering areas
parking area
secure area at youth campus
site boundary
220
Main Parade
Ground
104
223
JAMES
CORNER
FIELD
OPERATIONS
Alternative 3 – New Presidio Parklands Concept 1
The New Presidio Parklands Alternative
Concepts were developed by James Corner
Field Operations in partnership with the New
Presidio Parklands Project Team, and emerged
from the design submitted during the
“Imagine” phase and subsequent public input.
The following three concepts respond to public
input received to date and may be modified
and/or merged into a single alternative during
the “Design” phase.
A small structure is added in the visitor plaza
for restroom.
Concept 1 includes a Youth Campus that
comprises the Crissy Field Center (Building
603) and a Learning Landscape at the base
of the bluff where outdoor environmental
education and immersive exhibits are
offered. Crissy Field Center remains as is.
Concept 1 includes three overlooks.
Concept 1 is an open, naturalistic setting for
individuals, families, and small groups. Some Key elements: Pathways, gardens, and
programming and small-scale events can be meadows; a central fire p it n ear t he p laza a nd
areas to picnic, sit, and gather; three overlooks;
accommodated.
areas for programming; and 26,518 square
The Observation Post (Building 211) is feet of building space 64 parking spaces.
demolished and not replaced.
Building 201 is moved to its permanent
location on the west side of Halleck Street and
rehabilitated by the Presidio Parkway (Doyle
Drive) project. 210 is rehabilitated as the
new Presidio Visitor Center under a separate
Trust action. 215 remains the Transit Center.
Crissy Field
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Mason St
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loading
orientation/information
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trees
furnishing
existing buildings
new buildings
lawns
gardens & meadows
bluff slope
predominately native plantings
dunes/learning landscape
paths
terraces & gathering areas
parking area
secure area at youth campus
site boundary
220
Main Parade
Ground
104
223
JAMES
CORNER
FIELD
OPERATIONS
Alternative 3 – New Presidio Parklands Concept 2
The New Presidio Parklands Alternative
Concepts were developed by James Corner
Field Operations in partnership with the
New Presidio Parklands Project Team, and
emerged from the design submitted during
the “Imagine” phase and subsequent public
input. The following three concepts respond
to public input received to date and may
be modified and/or merged into a single
alternative during the “Design” phase.
Concept 2 is an open landscape but with
more differentiated spaces to accommodate
individuals and small groups, as well as areas for
larger assembly and special events, such as the
extension of the Main Parade. Different areas
allow for a range of educational and cultural
programs.
Concept 2 includes a Youth Campus that
comprises the Crissy Field Center (Building
603) and a Learning Landscape at the base
of the bluff where outdoor environmental
education and immersive exhibits are
offered. Crissy Field Center is expanded, and
one modest structure is added nearby to
accommodate gathering and programs.
The Observation Post (Building 211) is
demolished and replaced with two new,
smaller public-serving buildings that together
equal roughly the same amount of square
footage as The Observation Post.
Building 201 is moved to its permanent
location on the west side of Halleck Street and
rehabilitated by the Presidio Parkway (Doyle
Drive) project. 210 is rehabilitated as the new
Presidio Visitor Center under a separate Trust
action. 215 remains the Transit Center.
Small, ancillary structures provide visitorserving facilities such as restrooms.
Concept 2 includes three overlooks.
Key elements: Key elements: Youth Campus;
pathways, lawns and gardens; central Zocalo
and areas for programming; terraced seating
and three overlooks; and 35,523 square feet
of building space and 81 parking spaces.
Crissy Field
Marsh
Mason St
Quartermaster
Reach
603
653
610
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Basement)
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(Do
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228
229
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co
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water feature
interpretive feature
loading
orientation/information
Lin
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z
trees
furnishing
existing buildings
new buildings
lawns
gardens & meadows
bluff slope
predominately native plantings
dunes/learning landscape
paths
terraces & gathering areas
parking area
secure area at youth campus
site boundary
220
Main Parade
Ground
104
223
JAMES
CORNER
FIELD
OPERATIONS
Alternative 3 – New Presidio Parklands Concept 3
The New Presidio Parklands Alternative
Concepts were developed by James Corner
Field Operations in partnership with the
New Presidio Parklands Project Team, and
emerged from the design submitted during
the “Imagine” phase and subsequent public
input. The following three concepts respond
to public input received to date and may
be modified and/or merged into a single
alternative during the “Design” phase.
Concept 3 offers diverse landscapes and
settings as well as large, occupiable open
areas. Concept 3 supports a range of group
sizes as well as programs and experiences,
from individual pursuits and small gatherings
to larger social activities and special events.
Concept 3 includes a Youth Campus that
comprises the Crissy Field Center (Building
603) and a Learning Landscape at the base
of the bluff where outdoor environmental
education and immersive exhibits are offered.
Crissy Field Center is expanded, and two
modest structures are added nearby to
accommodate gathering and programs.
The Observation Post (Building 211) is
demolished and replaced with a new, larger
public-serving building that occupies a central
site. The new building is conceived of as two
distinct spaces, each with sloping, green roofs
that are accessible.
Building 201 is moved to its permanent
location on the west side of Halleck Street and
rehabilitated by the Presidio Parkway (Doyle
Drive) project. 210 is rehabilitated as the new
Presidio Visitor Center under a separate Trust
action. 215 remains the Transit Center.
Concept 3 includes three overlooks. A
small, east-facing amphitheater offers seating
and space for performances. The plaza is
expanded to provide a gathering area west of
the Visitor Center features seating areas and a
fire pit.
Key elements: Youth Campus, promenade,
pathways, lawns, and gardens; Central Zocalo
and a gathering area with fire pit; terraced
seating, three overlooks, and a small-scale
amphitheater; and 61,100 square feet of
building space and 64 parking spaces.
Alternative 3 – New Presidio Parklands Alternatives
Alternative 3 – Concept 1
Alternative 3 – Concept 2
Alternative 3 – Concept 3
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